Work continues on the staging of act two, exploring and discovering different options on staging the many different legs of the journey across Scotland. Different approaches to presenting travelling are tried and developed, or discarded, according to suitability. Everything needs to revolve around conjuring up the essential spirit of each place visited and each path travelled, each different detail is important: time of day, the weather, the landscape, season, passage of time, length of route travelled etc. all become key ingredients in distinguishing between just “general travelling” and “travelling with purpose from one place to another”. The journey must change over time, the characters must know their environment changes as they walk through it and are shaped by it.